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NATO - ASI ON GREEN CHEMISTRY

A SECOND DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS HAS BEEN SET TO 30th SEPTEMBER 2006:

Due to increasing size and scope of the NATO-ASI event (MEGREC network
Board Meeting, INTERNATIONAL GREEN NETWORK meeting), a second deadline
is set to the 30th September to benefit the largest number of students.
Those who applied within the 31st July deadline can remain assured that their applications will have
priority over those received within 30th September.


Co-Directors: Prof. Pietro Tundo, Consorzio INCA, Marghera, Italy,
Prof. Ahmed Tawfic, Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt
Coordinator: Dr. Alvise Perosa (alvise@unive.it)
Organiser: Dr. Vittorio Esposito (incalecce@unile.it)


Final Program


SPEAKERS WHO HAVE ALREADY AGREED TO PARTECIPATE:



Angelo Albini - Photochemistry as a green synthetic method.
(University of Pavia)

Howard Alper - Green Catalysis at the Homogeneous/Heterogeneous Interface
(University of Ottawa)

Teodor Ast - a) GC-MS, LC-MS and MS-MS: Powerful tools in environmental research and control.
b) Expanding the scope of mass spectrometry: From MS to (MS)n

(Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy - University of Belgrade)

Roberto Ballini - One-Pot Synthesis of Fine Chemicals Promoted by Nitroalkanes
(University of Camerino)

David Black
- Enantioselective Metal Catalysed, Oxidation Processes.
(IUPAC Secretary general, UNSW - Sydney)


Joan F. Brennecke-
Supercritical CO2 and ionic liquids: Complementary
Solvents for Reactions and Separations

(University of Notre Dame - USA)

Rainer Busch -
a) Renewable Raw materials for the Chemical Industry
b) Dow's Seamless Chemistry for Sustainability".

(Corp. R&D/External Technology Dow Deutschland)

Cinzia Chiappe - Ionic Green Solvents from Renewable Resources
(University of Pisa)

Kurt E. Geckeler - a) Green Nanochemistry; b) Water-Based Metal Remediation Processes.
(GIST - Gwangju Institute of Science & Technology)


Andrea Goti -
Hydrogen peroxide in green oxidation reactions: recent catalytic processes
(University of Firenze)

Buxing Han - Green Solvents: Properties and their Applications in Chemical
Reactions and Material Processing.
(Chinese Academy of Sciences)


Wolfgang Hoelderich -
a) Fine Chemical Transformation Using Heterogeneous Catalysis : on the Examples of Fragrances and Flavours.
b) New Heterogeneously Catalyzed Processes for Environmentally Benign and Sustainable
Chemical Production.

(RWTH - Aachen, Germany)

Valery V. Lunin
- From the reactions of catalytic aromatization of paraffines to green chemistry
(Lomonosov Moscow State University)


Walter Leitner - Supercritical carbon dioxide as a green solvent.
(Institut für Technische und Makromolekulare Chemie der RWTH Aachen)

Janet Scott - a) From distillable ionic liquids to new greener reactions.
b) Reactivity and decomposition of ionic liquids

(Centre for Green Chemistry - Monash University)

Kenneth Seddon
- Ionic Liquids: Basic Concepts, Ionic Liquids: Industrial Applications.
(Queen's University of Belfast)

Aldo Taticchi - High Pressure Activation of Organic Reactions. Application in Organic Synthesis.
(University of Perugia)

Mohamed Tawfic - Life Cycle Assessment / Risk Assessment as tool box for Environmental Evaluation of Green Processing
(Suez Canal University Faculty of Agriculture)

Chieu D. Tran - Applications of room temperature ionic liquids in analytical spectroscopy and chemical separations.
(Marquette University - Milwaukee USA)

Pietro Tundo - Dimethylcarbonate: a green reagent.
(INCA - University of Venice)

Rajender S. Varma - a) Greener Solvent-free Chemical Synthesis Using Mechanochemical Mixing and Microwave Irradiation. b) Greener Chemical Syntheses in Alternate Reaction Media Using Microwave Irradiation.
(Sustainable Technology Division, National Risk Management Reserach Laboratory U.S.)



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